Seawinds Funeral Home and Crematory in Okeechobee is committed to serving families with competence and compassion. We are dedicated to honoring a life through our support for the family. Our professional and caring staff takes pride in providing quality service and will assist you in choosing arrangements that meet your specific needs. It is our goal to guide you through every step of your arrangement process, paying tribute to the special memory of your loved one.
Our professional and licensed caregivers desire to serve you with compassion and respect before, during and after your arrangements. Additionally we can provide you with support and counseling under any circumstance or situation. We are members of the community and have developed a reputation as the premier funeral provider that you can trust. Please choose wisely. Our funeral directors live, work, volunteer and socialize in your community. They have established a network of local resources and genuinely care about serving their friends and neighbors. They will help you coordinate all of the details — no matter what size — during this difficult time.
Most importantly, our funeral directors will assist you in planning a personal and meaningful ceremony to begin the healing process. They are committed to detail and will take great pains to plan your service. Our funeral directors will explain all the options available to you and your family; resolve any problems or questions you may have; understand your needs; and offer outstanding service and options. Although your funeral director will help you plan arrangements — at the time of need or in advance — remember the decisions are still yours. Our funeral directors can answer questions, make suggestions and implement your desires, but all decisions rest with you and your family. Before you select, compare our facility and prices. The best referrals are word-of-mouth, Just Ask
Remembrance is an important part of what we do at Seawinds Funeral Home, so we encourage you to make it part of your Memorial Day weekend.
The first Memorial Day ceremony was observed on May 30, 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.
Today, Memorial Day ceremonies bring veterans, families, and communities together, and continue to prove that the bond formed in military service spans generations.